Bridge End Garden in Saffron Walden / November 2015

Bridge End Garden is a group of seven interlinked 19th-century gardens.

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Whitby / March 2015

Throwback to 2015 and great trip to Whitby 🙂

Whitby is a seaside town in Yorkshire, northern England, split by the River Esk. On the East Cliff, overlooking the North Sea, the ruined Gothic Whitby Abbey was Bram Stoker’s inspiration for “Dracula”. Nearby is the Church of St. Mary, reached by 199 steps. West of town is West Cliff Beach, lined with beach huts.

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Evening Walk around village in Essex / April 2017

As we live in Saffron Walden, Essex, our walks always trace paths around village. One particular route we do as often as we can – 5 days a week goes around fields.

We usually pass little forest (or bushes if you wish), fields and a pond.

Yeasterday there was a time to test Hoya polarizer filter, I also had chance to capture moon 🙂

Every day is different as the weather, sky, sun, hence I have an opportunity to capture magical moments of nature:

Audley End House and area

Saffron Walden is a small town located in Essex. Actually it is in boarder of three counties: Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire. It is well known for market and medieval buildings. This wealthy area just 40mins away from London is rich in colorful historic buildings and victorian gardens.

Audley End House is the largest 17th century country house just outside Saffron Walden. In summer, there are shows of horse driving and riding in traditional victorian style 🙂  Audley End House – English Heritage.

In winter, you can always enjoy my winter landscapes of this place.

Littlebury, on the other hand is a small village between these two places. It has no shop, but one pub – at least xd And the buildings are small and cute 🙂

Post dedicated to Crimson April for lovely comment and appreciation 😉                            

Camera: Sony Alpha 200

Lens: Sony DT 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6

I used graduated filter and then edited all the photos in Photoshop Lightroom 6. 

Best regards,

Paula